The so-called “experts” who, in order to please the US anti-Russian campaign, tried to blame the Russian Federation for the crash of a Malaysian airliner in the Donbass, went to Iran. There they will again look for traces of the impact of the Russian anti-aircraft missile complex.
This was told by the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov in a commentary to the Censor publication.
As News Front previously reported, UIA’s Boeing-737 aircraft crashed via Tehran-Kiev shortly after take-off from the Imam Khomeini Airport in the Iranian capital. All 168 passengers and 9 crew members on board were killed.
According to a preliminary report of an aircraft crash in Iran, after the problems arose, the plane tried to turn around. The crew of the airliner did not send any messages about unusual circumstances.
The plane caught fire in the air, before hitting the ground. Witnesses said that the flame was seen spreading through the fuselage of the plane.
Some of the information from the black boxes was lost due to the blast power.
According to Danilov, the Ukrainian delegation of 45 people has already arrived in Tehran. Its tasks include studying versions of a plane crash, including a terrorist attack inside an aircraft, a collision with an unmanned aerial vehicle, engine malfunction, as well as an attack using Tor air defense systems.
“Information about the detection of fragments of a Russian rocket near the crash site has already appeared on the Internet”, – the official said.
“The commission includes specialists who take part in the international investigation of the attack by Russian troops on the Malaysian Boeing MH17”, – he added.
At the same time, Danilov noted that Ukrainian experts “showed a high level of professionalism” in the accusations of Russia, although they did not provide real evidence.
“Our commission is now discussing with the Iranian leadership the possibility of going to the crash site to look for the wreckage of the Russian anti-aircraft missile “Tor” there”, – the NSDC secretary said, adding that Ukrainian “professionals” are based on information published on the Internet, as well as the experience of anti-Russian campaigns as part of the pseudo-investigation of the crash of flight MH17 in 2014.
As News Front previously reported, for several years the West has been trying to unprovably blame Russia for the crash of the Malaysian airliner. They do not perceive other arguments there. In particular, the so-called International Investigation Team did not even take into account the facts published by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, indicating that the missile launched on the plane belonged to Ukraine.
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